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thomas baker is the namesake of bakersfield california. he was a pioneer that came from iowa and across the prairies in 1850. went to the capital of california which is volusia california in those days and went to beautiful area called for creeks which is now vice area and heard of an area called kern island which was the former name of bakersfield and in 1862 he came to kern island via vote because in 1862 we had the great flood of 1862. it rained for 40 days, 40 nights. it flooded all the way from canada to mexico. colonel baker was an entrepreneur. he was a merchant and most people came to california in a teen 49 for gold but he'd came for merchandise and he was looking for a place to farm. he was looking for a place to build a store. he just likes people. he liked creating a community and so he went to phoenicia and went to buy sale yet but they didn't naturally want him. when he came to kern island he realized this was going to be a city that would be important in southern california and he decided to make this his home. when he came to kern island it was all swamp land because the
spaces. we need those parking spaces. i hear that a lot of bicyclists prefer baker because it's more level and there's a lot less cars there and much more conducive to being a bike route so that's where they should have the bike route, on baker, not on [inaudible]. thank you. >> thank you. >> i, i'm fairly new to the city. i've been here for four years, i've been cycling for about three. i used to /tkraoeuf a lot and when i drove i drove out of the city. now that i cycle, i can bike around the city, i can shop here and i can gets places, but i need safe streets. i need separated bikeways because i'm not comfortable to be fighting with traffic, i'm not that strong of a cyclist. i've only been doing it for a little while so it would be really great to have safe streets with separated bike streets for me to go visit friends and shop and everything. >> thank you. >> thank you, next speaker please. >> morning supervisors, my name is vince, i live within a block of misoni. i'm in opposition of this so called fix. these changes are intended to make safety improvements, but they don't
dream, but its mind. now you can just turn around and it's gone. >> thomas baker is the namesake of bakersfield, california. he was a pioneer that came from iowa. came all across the prairies in 1850, went to the capital of california, which was a niche a telephone in those days. then what a beautiful area, and from there he went to an area called turn the island which was the former name of bakersfield. and in 1862, he came to current island via boat because in 1862, we have the great flood of 1862. it rained for 40 days and 40 nights. it flooded all the way from canada to mexico. colonel baker was not in our. -- entrepreneur. most people came to california in 1849 for gold, but he came for merchandise. and he was looking for a place to farm. is looking for a place to build a store. he just like people. he liked creating a community. and so he knew, they didn't match what he wanted. when he came to current island he realized this was going to be a city that would be an important southern california and he decided to make this his home. which when he came to kern island, it was a
. >> that's another reason. >> baker. >> he told her -- >> they called him and told him to quit. now i know why. also, stay on for possible hires. this is going to have stories. >> the reason to get hired. >> can i tell you something right now? i have the best huma gossip that i cannot share. >> come on, you can't say that. >> do the rhyming game. >> this is the thing that would get me in ubletrey. >> go to the break and you'll punch me. >> i'll do the rhyming game with our viewing public in b block. >> let's stop toying with the audience with information that we can't -- >> is there any better tv? >> here's my theory before we move on. the reason why weiner is doing this because he needs to create more of a pass for his kid because now all his offspring is going to get is you're the kid of a stupid idiot. he's trying to create a path. one little aspect. i almost kind of feel bad for him. i feel like he's trying to do this to obliterate. >> that's very for giving. >> the newest sexting victim emerges and says there's probably like 15 more. you can't be a mayor. this is an international scan
's often said that he's just a businessman, a baker, if you will. i think lou got the right recipe on this one. [laughter] >> and i think the recipe was all the things i just said about what he had to do to get this done, and the recipe included some main ingredients from our board of supervisors to add to that. so, brown the bread. lou, i just want to let you know that not only have we appreciated your work, but we all appreciate this wonderful approach that you did. and it was unique, but it was something that was absolutely necessary to get everybody out of their positions and into an agreed upon posture. with that, i'd like to bring board president david chiu to the podium because i know he spent incredible amount of time on this. and, again, thank you, president chiu. and thank you, mark farrell, and thank you, david campos. david chiu. (applause) >> thank you, mr. mayor. and for the record, my recollection was there was only one door slammed, and i can't remember exactly who did it. [laughter] >> this is a great day for the health of san francisco. this is a great day for the
. >> reporter: it's baker's weekend escape. a ride on his new motorcycle across the golden gate bridge. it's supposed to cost $6. but ever since the toll plaza became electronic he hasn't paid. >> there's signs that say drive through. they'll mail you something in a couple of months and i've gotten something. >> reporter: yes he says he's not trying to cheat. >> oh no, i go just like all the cars. i'm more than willing to pay the fees fee, they're just not collecting them. >> so what's going on out here? a spokeswoman told us there is a glitch. motorcycles can sometimes slip through. because the computerized system can't always catch them. but when we sat down for our story. she changed her mind. >> i wasn't correct on that. every vehicle that passes through. >> reporter: in the case of baker. >> it was a matter of a misread plate reading. >> reporter: she read us the the statement. no mention of the half dozen times that alan crossed the bridge previously. as for july 2nd that happened to be the case we interviewed him at the bridge. we equipped him with a miniature camera to get differ
you'll see only on 5, ken reports on another apparent flaw. >> reporter: it's allen baker's weekend escape. a ride on his new motorcycle across the golden gate bridge. supposed to cost $6 but ever since the toll plaza became fully electronic, he hasn't paid. >> there's signs that say just drive-thru and they'll mail you something. and i've gotten nothing. >> he says he's not trying to cheat. >> oh, no, just like all the cars. i'm more than willing to pay the fee. they are not collecting it. >> so what's going on out here? when we first contacted the golden gate bridge, a spokes woman told us there is a glitch. motorcycles can sometimes slip through. the computerized system can't always spot them. >> when we sat down for an interview, her story changed. >> i wasn't correct on that. every single vehicle that goes through the plaza we're capturing the plates. >> she says in the case of allen baker. >> that was a matter of the plate misreading. >> she read us an email. >> found one transaction to this motorcycle since we converted to electronic tolling on march 27th and occurred on july
:00 eastern on c-span 2. "q&a," richard baker discusses "the american insider's history." the book was co-authored with neil te journalist, mcneil. > richard baker, senate historian emeritus, author, co-author of the american new book.brand an insider's history with neil mcneil and richard a. baker. how did you get together with neil mcneil and do the book? the il mcneil is one of gigantic figures who not only do "time" magazine's chief congressional correspondent for 30 years, came 1949.e hill in he retired in the mid 1980s, he went to work on what he hoped a quick one-volume history of the senate. nd he spent 17 years trying to write that and finish it up. needless to say he came by our the historical office on numerous occasions. e got a habit of going and having a lunch from time to time. we had wonderful conversations. he passed awayd, in 2008. and it was clear he was probably to finish it. and so he was -- you know, he -- okay, this issaid, it. he had the oxford university agreed to publish the book. sent it out the the viewers. anonymous f the reviewers, got it, read it. his is goi
'll come on. we'd like to find out and have him come on. let me go to dean baker. if you use the more accepted survey, that maybe isn't right, the payroll survey, the one everybody talks about, the numbers are a lot better. in the past year part-time jobs did go up 195,000. that's not nothing, but full-time jobs went up 1.4 million. almost depends on which survey, dean. the question is is america becoming a part-time country? >> it doesn't depend on which survey, it depends on which month the household survey and zero hedge might not be familiar with that. the numbers are erratic. you have to do that every month. i follow it very closely. in terms of the payroll survey which is the more reliable survey, we've seen a growth in temps. we're back to where we were in '06, '07. regulatory uncertainty, can you blame president bush, i guess you can. that's where we are. the overall job quality, there is an issue there. the last month and last three months, more than half the jobs have been in these sectors. restaurants, retail trade and the temporary health sector. those are not particularly
on "q&a," former united states senate historian richard baker discusses his newly released historial narratived titled "the girls club: women and wall street." >> richard baker, senate historian emeritus, co-author of the american senate a brand new book, insider history of neil macneil. how did you get together with neil macneil to do the book? >> neil macneil is one of these gigantic figures who not only did he work as time magazine's chief congressional correspondent, came to the hill in 1949 when he retired in the mid 1980s we went to work on a quick one volume history in the senate. he spent 17 years trying to write that. needless to stay he came by our office on numerous occasions. we ended up getting to the habit of going and having a lunch from time to time and so we had wonderful conversations. near the end, he passed away in 2008 and it was clear he was probably not going to finish it. so he was basically say all right, this is it. oxford university press agreed to publish the book. sent it out to the viewers. i got it and read it and said this is going to be a 700 page boo
like that word, baker. he says it is creepy, as creepy as that tie you're wearing. >> creepy, can you imagine if this was under the bush administration? oh, my god, and i think it is referred to as nudging, as opposed to nudging. >> no, no, no, i had this discussion with andy, levy, who was jewish. it is nudging. >> doesn't matter, it is still creepy. again, because it is the current administration, you know, okay, it is fine. and it is actually good, a great way to become more efficient in government. i guarantee you if this came out in the previous administration, you know, the media would be horr horrorfied. >> you made that point. >> i don't want to be nudged, or nudged. bloomberg, we can't super size our sodas, even though legally, people like me can't reach it. i know, even with these shoes. >> you can't reach the captain crunch, you go to a supermarket, you can't get the captain crunch. >> i need help to get the captain crunch. >> that is because you're usually drunk by the time you get to the supermarket. >> but i want captain crunch. >> and why aren't supermarkets open at 4 a
to be on masoni /kr*rbg is a very bad idea. i think baker street or one of the other streets -- i'm not a bicyclist, i walk, i take [inaudible] and i drive and i think other considerations should come into play here and i think it's a really good idea if you come to masonc and see the kind of traffic there is in the morning and in the early afternoon, early even /*f evening. thank you. >> thank you. next speaker please. good morning. i've living on clayton since 19 /# 8. in 25 years i've probably been across masonic five thousand times. i don't feel unsafe. the most unsafe thing is the curb ramps -- years ago and those are not been built. please disapprove funding. this would harm the quality of life because of the terrible congestion it would put on our neighborhood. /phemergency response time will be slowed down. the fire department has not analyzed this. parking lots >> i'm a third generation san francisco citizen. i'm here today for my father-in-law who owns two buildings on masonic avenue. we are both /tkpwepbs this project for the following reasons. one, you'll
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, the constitutional issues that have been presented to the court, are not of first impression here. in baker v. nelson, this court unanimously dismissed for want of a substantial federal question. >> mr. cooper, baker v. nelson was 1971. the supreme court hadn't even decided that gender-based classifications get any kind of heightened scrutiny. >> that is -- >> and the same-sex intimate conduct was considered criminal in many states in 1971, so i don't think we can extract much in baker v. nelson. >> well, your honor, certainly i acknowledge the precedential limitations of a summary dismissal. but baker v. nelson also came fairly fast on the heels of the loving decision. and, your honor, i simply make the observation that it seems implausible in the extreme, frankly, for nine justices to have -- to have seen no substantial federal question if it is true, as the respondents maintain, that the traditional definition of marriage insofar as -- insofar as it does not include same-sex couples, insofar as it is a gender definition is irrational and can only be explained, can only be explained, as a result of
mention the name of ella baker or sammy lou hammer, but i think we have to go deeper. not only were they women, but what did they stand for? what did ella baker and ida mae wells -- they were involved in the protest end and i think that freedom struggle that kendall and peniel talk about, it was not the way to the promised land. we seem to have given that up when we put everything behind all of our wishes in the basket that would elect president obama, but they were leaders, grassroots leaders who understood that their positions were only as significant as they were capable of representing the interests of the people who put them there ella baker said strong people don't need strong leaders. i think we look to communities and groups of people who are organizing in their own interests, who puteconomic justs incarceration and all of these domestic violence, all the things that assault our community, front and center, that should be one litmus test, so the things that assault our community on the daily basis is front and center on the agenda that so-called leaders presenting to us, i d
looks like another flaw. take a look. >> it's allen baker's weekend escape. a ride on his new motorcycle across the goa bridge. it's supposed to cost $5 -- golden gate bridge. it's supposed to be $5, but since it has become electronic he hasn't paid. >> they will mail you something in probably a couple months and i have got nothing. >> yet, he says he's not trying to cheat. >> oh, no. i am more than willing to pay the fee. >> so what's going on out here? well, when we first contacted the golden gate bridge district a spokeswoman told us there is a glitch. motorcycles can sometimes slip through because the computerized system can't always spot them. but when we sat down for an interview with mary curry, her story had changed. >> i wasn't correct on that. every single vehicle that goes through are captured. >> she says in the case of allen baker. >> it was a matter of the plate misreading. >> she read us an email from the i.t department. >> they found one transaction with this motorcycle since we converted to electronic tolling on march twenty seventh. ain't occurred on july second. >> no
bay from here as it did on the em baker embarcadero. >> reporter: plenty of cars still packed the water front. those who drove had a plan. >> we figured if we left we wouldn't make it, so we left at 8:00 last night. >> reporter: they avoided the traffic at the toll plaza. once they got here. how was parking? >> difficult. we spent $50 in parking. >> reporter: $50 or even $60 in parking. >> it is a special day. >> it is ridiculous. >> i parked in the castro district. >> reporter: the lots were full. many were headed home. it will be a long ride home. allen. >> at least if you are stuck in the city, it is a nice night. the weather is great. have fun. >>> other celebrations, those are the illegal kind. we are showing you oakland. joe vasquez is there. >> reporter: look at the oakland sky line. this is playing out across the city. one explosion after another. we drove around deep east oakland. they are rocketing hundreds of feet into the air. what is this called? what would you say to people saying that is illegal, the kids could get hurt. >> the kids, as long as they are not in t
we've been here. >> so you're okay. >> when we open up in the morning there's a baker and building owner and - so what are your operating hours. >> 2 to 6 and a 2 in the afternoon to 6:00 p.m. >> then urge inform close at 6:00 p.m. >> yes. >> wait i don't understand. >> you want to be open from 3:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. >> oh. okay. >> question? >> go ahead. >> hello. i'm doing neighborhood contacts you listed 3 businesses here. i'm not familiar with those organizations what do those represent? >> one of them is the asian community center for station valley and the other one is the merchant within the neighborhood and what was the last one? >> there's a u b o o m. >> i don't remember which one that one was what was the extent of your communication with them. >> we were going to be open at 3 in the morning and if they would like to participate in the hearing. we contact all 3 of them and nobody had a problem with them as far as coming tonight no one else wanted to come >> and okay. thank you. >> did you go to the meeting of those organizations. >> we sent them an e-ma
go to the baker what will he sell you? >> bread. how do you think that chemo they are pivots make money? >> for every chemotherapy treatment that they give? >> you are saying not to have chemotherapy? >> i am not saying that i am saying question. i will ask everyone here to be adult patient. question your doctors, get the statistics. go to google and get. you will know more than the avenue medical provider. [applause]
to baker see just like united airlines and people kept flying we would like them to do the same thing but they don't get a special deal and that would be a much healthier system. reworking of that i think there are some promising opportunities we do have the bankruptcy law that means no special favors because we have to work of that plan -- and raised questions about too big to fail. >>host: what is this chart we're looking act on "first principles"? rate in the united states going back to the 1940's and it traces out how unemployment will increase with reid deviate from the principles you can see the steady increase that we get back to the principles and unemployed it comes down then we get off the and it is back up again. it is not proof but it is a correlation and striking look at the underpinnings to cd interventions and the lack of interventions it is a story that does suggest strong causality. >>host: this is booktv on c-span2 on the campus of stanford university speaking with secretary john taylor "first principles" five keys to restoring america's prosperity" winner of the hig
dusty baker the home club, the giants the road club. they are playing at at&t. he is in there safe, buster posey. sandoval with a couple of runs. miller goes down the line eventually credited with the win. zito great catch but the win goes to castillo. they win 5-3. 105th career win. 8 games under .500. a's finish in houston. it is a pinch hitter, 1-for-2 since the home run hitting contest. crank it up. here is balfour, he gives up the safe to dominguez. he goes to work. it is in the dirt. spot there. houston was picked off, bad throw by norris. here comes jonathan villar. a's still 3 up in the american league west. balfour's streak is over. >>> cbs the network is reporting a-rod could face a live time ban for performance enhancing drugs. there is more evidence against him than ryan braun who got a 65-game suspension. rodriguez tried to payoff people who would hold back information about his using the drugs. you don't mess with evidence. there is no word from rodriguez or the yankees. stanford football has sold all season ticket packages. warriors there is the 18th season in the le
. the treasure island flea is an open air flea market from designers, collectors, bakers and more. the flea takes place the last weekend of every month and features outdoor exhibits, scavenger hunts, and gourmet food trucks as well as spectacular views of downtown san francisco. do you know there is a place in golden gate park that is heaven for inline and roller skaters who like to boogie to the funky beat on wheels? skaters have been rolling here since the disco days of 1979. it was and is an absolutely wonderful scene and a great free way to spend an afternoon in san francisco. and that's the weekly buzz. for more information on any of these events, visit us at sfgov-tv.org and click on weekly buzz. while you're on the web >> san francisco is home to some of the most innovative companies of the 21st century. this pioneering and forward looking spirit is alive in san francisco government as well. the new headquarters of the san francisco public utilities commission at a5 25 golden gate avenue is more than just a 13-story building and office ablation.
baker disagrees entirely. also what in the world? we have created a new economic time bomb, except its under ice. i'll explain. >>> and presenting the world's newest superhero, is not even a man, get ready for feminism in a burqa. all that and more up ahead. >>> but first, here's my take. if you were to ask me what international problem is least likely to be resolved in the next few years, i would probably say the conflict between the israelis and the palestinians. it takes no special insight to be skeptical on this, no one has ever lost money betting on the mideast peace process. i find myself cheering on secretary of state john kerry's efforts to revive the talks. the palestinians are dysfunctional and divided. for its part, the israeli public have largely given up on the prospects for peace and new political groups like those led by naftali bennett flatly oppose a two-state solution. but there are people in the party that could push the negotiations forward. many israelis are unhappy over having to rule over palestinians in perpetuity. on the palestinian side, the most serious obsta
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